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Zeebo Console.jpg
Developer Zeebo Inc.
Type Home video game console
Generation Seventh generation
Release date 2009

Zeebo is a 3G-enabled entertainment and education system from Zeebo Inc. It enabled users to play video games, and also connect to the Internet, communicate online and run educational applications. It was described by Zeebo Inc. as bringing "the fun and excitement of interactive entertainment and education to those who, until now, have had little or no access to such technology." The Zeebo was conceived as an affordable console with developing countries in mind, such as Brazil and Mexico; as such games and other content were distributed wirelessly over cellular networks in an effort to circumvent piracy which is rampant in said regions.

The software platform is essentially a custom version of Qualcomm's BREW, so Zeebo games might be playable in BREW emulators.


Name Platform(s) Version Retro
FLOSS Active Recommended
MAME Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD git artifacts[N 1]
libretro core[N 2]
Infuse Windows Mobile
Windows Linux macOS
ZeeboEMU Windows v0.1
  1. CI-Windows CI-Linux CI-Macos
  2. As 0.251, 0.139 (2010), 0.78 (2003), 0.37b5 (2000)

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